GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Studying Neglected Art

May 08, 2010

Barbara von Barghahn has been recognized by Portugal for her research.

In Memoriam: Ruth Helm Osborn

May 08, 2010

Dr. Osborn founded GW’s Women Studies Department.

Predicting the Future

May 08, 2010

Two-day conference at GW sponsored by The Economist examines what’s ahead for the United States and the world.

Marketing Online and Around the World

May 08, 2010

Alumni Chris Abraham and Mark Harrison, who met on GW’s crew team, run a Washington, D.C.-based digital PR company that has a global reach.

audience seated at Stossel event

Capitalism’s Champion

May 08, 2010

Fox host John Stossel denounces government intervention in free market in address to GW students.

Making the Present Past

May 08, 2010

By setting modern subjects in archaic contexts, William Atkins’ photographs encourage viewers to consider what is timeless.

students seated at table in WRGW studio surrounded by microphones

Transitioning to Success

May 08, 2010

D.C. special education students explore post-secondary options, gain work experience through partnership with GW.

Hitting the Links

May 03, 2010

On the golf course with the Colonials.

A Job Well Done

May 03, 2010

Members of the university community celebrate meeting GW’s service challenge on the Mount Vernon Campus.

Best in Showcase

May 03, 2010

At the engineering school’s research competition, a booster for satellites shoots to the top.

group of chemists standing by statue in Kogan Plaza

Translational Research

May 01, 2010

Two recent grants awarded to GW chemistry faculty situate the department on the forefront of practical research.

Searching for Autism's Treatable Roots

April 30, 2010

One researcher's quest to reveal the underpinnings of autism has far more at stake than scientific inquiry.

Susan Phillips

Saying Goodbye to Dean Susan Phillips

April 29, 2010

School of Business dean retires after 12-year tenure.

Eye Opening

April 28, 2010

George Washington student volunteers his time improving vision in Ghana.

Fellowships Offer $20,000 for Undergraduate Research

April 28, 2010

Two new awards will fund student research in a wide range of subjects.

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